Lamborghini's Cryptic New Teaser Is Out Of This World

Video / Comments

The company says it has some big news "from the moon".

Lamborghini is up to something. Teasers from our favorite automakers are not hard to figure out, such as when Lamborghini built up to the reveal of the new Countach with a series of teasers. But the last few posts from the Italian automaker are vague enough to open up all kinds of possibilities. On social media, the company shared an image of the Lamborghini logo surrounded by three pistons on what looks like the moon's dusty surface. A second image with the hashtag #ToTheMoon confirms that this is a lunar-inspired event of sorts. This isn't the first time over the last few weeks that Lamborghini has shared a moon-themed teaser.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CXwKRAFt_qY/
Lamborghini/Instagram
Lamborghini/Instagram

At the end of November, Lamborghini posted a 15-second video of the moon accompanied by what seems to be the wail of a Huracan. In the latest teaser, Lamborghini included the following caption: "Exciting news is coming from the moon."

One theory is that Lamborghini is getting ready to reveal a non-fungible token (NFT) collection of some sort. The term "To the Moon" used in the automaker's post is one used by experts working with cryptocurrencies and some stocks. After all, even Porsche dabbled in NFT digital art cars recently. Of course, an even more exciting prospect is a new model or special edition of some sort.

10 Facts Everyone Should Know About BMW
10 Facts Everyone Should Know About BMW
6 Amazing Times Automakers Had To Apologize
6 Amazing Times Automakers Had To Apologize
CarBuzz
CarBuzz
CarBuzz

The teaser could somehow be linked to the end of the combustion era as Lamborghini gears up for electrification, once an otherworldly prospect for the Italian brand. Already, the new Countach is a hybrid. Just days ago, the Aventador's successor was spied and it's expected to have a hybrid V12 powertrain. Some sources have suggested it'll produce over 1,000 horsepower, which sounds like enough to launch the car to Pluto and back, let alone the moon. It also seems like Lamborghini has some exciting plans for the Huracan's V10 before that car bows out. Essentially, the moon-themed campaign is as cryptic as teasers get, but this is Lamborghini so we're sure that whatever is coming, it'll be good.

2021 Lamborghini Huracan STO Forward Vision Lamborghini
2021 Lamborghini Huracan STO View Out Back Lamborghini

Join The Discussion

Gallery

7
Photos
Back
To Top